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Women's Work For Women. This book grew out of a panel on women missionaries given at the 1986 meeting of the National Association for Women's Studies. When the leaders of the Woman's Foreign Mission Society of the American Presbyterian Church chose the title Woman’s Work for Woman for their mission magazine in 1870, they chose the phrase that both overseas missionaries. Introduction: Studying Women Missionaries in Asia. WithLeslie A.
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8 Bibliography Fleming, Leslie, ed. Women s Work for Women: Missionaries and Social Change in Asia. Articles by Marjorie King and Jane Hunter discuss the relationship between American models of domesticity and the message propagated to (and about) Chinese women. The Gospel of Gentility: American Women Missionaries in Turn of the Century China. New Haven: Yale University Press, This book provides valuable information on the circumstances of female missionaries in China.
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See, for example, Flemming, Leslie . e. Women's Work for Women: Missionaries and Social Change in Asia (Boulder, Colo
See, for example, Flemming, Leslie . Women's Work for Women: Missionaries and Social Change in Asia (Boulder, Colo. Flemming, 11-34; Sara W. Tucker, A Mission for Change in China: The Hackett Women's Medical Center of Canton, China, 1900-1930, in Women's Work, ed. Flemming, 137-58; and Fitzgerald, Rosemary, A ‘Peculiar and Exceptional Measure': The Call for Women Medical Missionaries for India in the Later Nineteenth Century, in Missionary Encounters: Sources and Issues, ed. Bickers, Robert A. and Seton, Rosemary (Surrey, . Curzon Press, 1996), 174-96.
Women's Work for Women: Missionaries and Social Change in Asia. PAC AFF. Michele D. Dominy. Issues of Gender, Race, and Class, in the Norwegian Missionary Society in Nineteenth-Century Norway and Madagascar. It shows, for example, how marriage propositions and sexual relations between white missionaries and black converts were dealt with by the mission organisation in Madagascar.
Flemming, Leslie A. "A New Humanity: American Missionaries' Ideals for . Finally, you might consider the issue of medical missionary work within the . "A New Humanity: American Missionaries' Ideals for Women in North India, 1870-1930". Jacobs, Sylvia M. "Give a Thought to Africa: Black Women Missionaries in Southern Africa". From Allison Hepler aheplere. Regarding the query on American women missionary doctors, Connie A. Shemo (a graduate student at SUNY-Binghamton) is doing some interesting work on Western women medical missionaries to China, 1870-1930. something I discuss in my work on the Alpha Kappa Alpha Mississippi Health Project (See chpt.
Woman's Missionary Union (WMU) is an auxiliary of the Southern Baptist Convention that was founded in 1888. It is the largest Protestant missions organization for women in the world. During the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Richmond, Virginia, in May 1888, a group of women delegates from 12 states gathered at the Broad Street United Methodist Church and organized the Executive Committee of the Woman's Mission Societies, Auxiliary to Southern Baptist Convention.